35 Burst results for "Napoleon"
Have Wealthy Societies Historically Embraced 'Wokeism'?
"Of history, I'm curious, you mentioned the French Revolution. There has there been times ever in history. Where a very wealthy society decides to embrace this kind of woke ideology, something similar to woken. Does that make sense? I mean, there was a legitimate reason to get rid of the bourbons. And they looked at there were a lot of moderate people and they looked at the British system and they said, you can have a monarchy compatible with a constitutional republic. And that was eminently possible in 1787. And then you had these cycles of revolution where today's revolutionary would be tomorrow's sellout. You just want more robespierre was killed by the very people who used to support him, right? And basically got liquidated him and his brother in about 1400. And they applauded for ten minutes. The legend goes. They did. And then those cycles kept going and then you always are into it. So what does that mean for us then? Well, it always ends because chaos is unsustainable. So Napoleon ended it. Very brilliant fashion. He just said, I am the revolution, I'm going to make all the total power. I'm going to create a military academy that's going to be based on Napoleon. It's just like Stalin stopped it.
"napoleon" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Are Napoleon shirt during his famous dance scene? Those are all your questions for Napoleon Dynamite and thank you to Chris arneson for the recommendation of this topic, Chris picked this because he's a Patreon subscriber at the $5 or higher level. So thank you, Chris, once again, and if you want to pick some topics like Chris did, he's got stuff like Beastie Boys, Napoleon Dynamite, Monty Python, barbecue, mash, and comedian bits for the next 6 months. If you want to do that, I'll send you the Google Patreon topic picker. It's a spreadsheet, and you can just fill in your choices, sign up at Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds, and we'll be right back with the answers after this. We are back with the answers to Napoleon Dynamite, trivia, let's see if you got all 11 questions correct. Number one, what kind of vehicle? Does uncle RICO drive, he has a Dodge van. A van. Number two in what state does this movie take place? One of the few movies that takes place in Idaho. What's another one? My own private Idaho. That's all I got. Number three, what food is kip making when Napoleon calls him from school? I think Napoleon is looking for ChapStick. He's like, you gotta bring me ChapStick, but kip is making nachos. Number three nachos. Number four, what is the name of Napoleon's pet Llama, Tina, eat your meatloaf, Tina. Number 5, what animal is displayed on the bling necklace that lafonda gifts KIPP. It's an eagle, an eagle. Number 6 Napoleon claims he spent time hunting with his uncle in Alaska, what were they hunting? He says, wolverines. Is that something people hunt? Maybe they do. Wolverines. Number 7, Deb sells key chains, as well as what, door to door, glamour shots. So if you are in Idaho and you need some fancy pictures as well as keychains, just have dev come knock on the door. Number 8, how much is Rex kwon do for the 8 week course? 300 bucks, 300 bucks. Number 9, what lunch item of Pedro's is Napoleon put in his pocket to snack on later, tater tots. Tots and they get kicked by the guy he won't share them with, and I'll smashed. Number ten, what color is Deb's dress at the dance pink? It is a pink dress and the bonus for two points. Napoleon's wearing a shirt with three words on it during his famous dance scene and its vote for Pedro. Vote for Pedro, which was a popular shirt around the time this movie came out. And this movie, one of the, I don't want to say few. I think there's maybe ten of them, maybe I'm way off. I should look that up. But MTV movies. I'm gonna Google it while we're on the on the recording right here. I want to know how many movies MTV guys produce. So stick with me here for a second. MTV produced movies. Let's see. And while you guys are adding up your scores and seeing how many you got right and wrong, I'm going to tell you that MTV entertainment movies, oh, there's way more. Holy cow, there's probably 40, 50, about 50. The first one, in 1996, was Joe's apartment. That's a fun piece of trivia. That's with Jerry O'Connell, a bunch of roaches, that's a silly, silly movie. But he was a butt head to America, dead man on campus, varsity blues, 200 cigarettes, election, and then the most recent ones, jackass forever, Ascension, pink skies ahead, 17 blocks, finding Ying Ying, I don't know a lot of the new ones, but I do know a lot of those other ones. Those first like ten movies, they're all like they kind of fit together. But that would be a fun movie marathon to do MTV produced movies. Okay, we have your back to the day. And the fact of the day is a report found that the free way to the gym have 362 times more bacteria than a toilet seat. Oh, that's pretty gross. A report found that free weights at gyms have 362 times more bacteria than a toilet seat, coming from a guy who just got very sick. Make sure you just, you know, don't go to the gym for a while. Don't touch things at the gym. Just work out at home. Do some exercise, do some cardio, and don't touch anybody. Okay, thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. Thanks for the topic. Chris artisan, and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds. Cheers..
Putin Is Nostalgic for the Russian Empire
"Reflecting the world of fear and irrationality on kids, and of course I spent the first the first two segments on Putin. And the notion that the Russians are paranoid about invasions because of Napoleon and Hitler. You know who should be a paranoid about invasions in Europe? Everybody who's near Russia. It is the most, it is so cockamamie. And by the way, people like people who respect hold that view. You know, they're not defending they're not defending Putin. Latvia should be paranoid, Lithuania, Estonia. Hungary. Poland. And if you want me to go damage in Europe, believe me, I can. I traveled to so many times from north to south and south to north. The man wants to reconstitute the Russian Empire. That's what he wants to do.
The Paradox of Dictatorship
"Why was Stalin so brutal? Why was Mao so brutal? So an easy explanation is that while they were evil, yeah, of course they were obviously they were godless and soulless. But it takes someone willing to do evil to hold onto power. So this is the paradox of dictatorship. The paradox of dictatorship, which Julius Caesar experienced the hard way to Napoleon to Alexander the Great is that it's easy to assume power. It's really hard to hold on to it. Because if you have absolute power, you'd be fooling yourself if other people around you wouldn't want that power for themselves as well. And so this is the machiavellian dilemma, you're not exactly able to win over support by just paying people off always. Were to just give them goodies. Eventually, there will be pushback. Eventually people will start conspiracies. They will start coups. They will start efforts to destabilize you. Again, Julius Caesar, a great example of this, but also, many people don't know that Hitler had many attempts against his life. Several failed assassination attempts. In fact, if my memory serves me correctly, the movie Valkyrie went through this in quite great detail, great detail. Hitler would have just sat in a different chair at different time. He would have been killed by an explosive suitcase. And if I remember correctly, there was another assassination plot might have been that one that was actually designed by Dietrich bahnhof for himself. The people around Hitler did not always support what he did, Stalin as well.
What Everyone is Missing From the Doocy/Biden SOB Exchange
"So Joe Biden was doing his press conference. Peter doocy did what Jim Acosta and Caitlyn Collins did on a daily basis, which was continue to ask questions after they were dismissed. And Peter ducey's illegitimate journalist. I don't even know if Peter douche is a conservative truly. I think he's just a moderate like journalist, honestly. I have no indication whatsoever. And anyone that knows him that he's some sort of right winger. He just asks questions, he does his job. He wants to hold powerful people accountable. So he asks Joe Biden. Like, hey, how about inflation? Listen to this tape and listen carefully, we're going to play it twice. Play tape. That's a great asset. More inflation. With a stupid sound. So what people missed and what Joe Biden said there is what a stupid son of a blank. Thank goodness Joe Biden isn't Napoleon and he can just execute people at a whim. So I think Joe Biden would have just turned to some sort of French revolutionary guard and Peter doocy's family would be murdered. I'm kidding, okay? He'll just be audited instead and his home will be rated like James. O'Keeffe. Instead, but listen to what he said. Let's get the transcript of that, right? So the transcript with hilarious that made it into the it made it into The White House official record, which is hilarious. So do C says, quote, do you think inflation is a political liability before the midterms? And before Joe Biden said the thing that everyone was capitalizing on is the thing that should be on billboards everywhere, Joe Biden said, quote, no inflation is an asset. More inflation. Now maybe he was being sardonic or sarcastic. I don't think so. I think Joe Biden said something that he believes. I think Joe Biden in a off the cuff unscripted moment just told the country in his back and forth as little duel as little rivalry with Peter doocy. I like inflation. I know what it's going to do. It's going to bring the great reset in pal, you stupid son of
Charlie's Predictions Have Come to Fruition
"And we predicted that here on this stage a year ago when everyone was kind of full of doom and gloom. And if you ever want to go kind of revisit an hour of history, just go re listen to kind of the tour rob and I did at this church in Jack hidden church last year where we made a series of predictions. You might remember where I said they're going to overstep. They're not going to slow down. You're going to have to endure 2021. But if we keep the faith, it will then mean that the regime overreaches and it will be the rise of the citizen. And I'm telling you right now that what you're living through is everything that we thankfully predicted because we know the laws of nature and nature's God as Jefferson wrote in the declaration, but also there is a pattern to the tyrant. There is a rhythm to the autocrat. They're playing off the same blueprint of why Napoleon decided to invade Russia. It's because the enemy does not have the fruit of the spirit self control. They don't know when to
Fox's Brian Kilmeade Discusses His New Book 'The President and the Freedom Fighter'
"I'm talking to Brian kill me, you may know him from fox and friends, but he's written a lot of books. This one is called the president and the freedom fighter Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass in their battle to save America's soul. America soul could use a little saving right now. But we're not going to talk about that. What made you want to write a book combining these two figures? Well, I was looking for the last time I was here. You kind enough to interview me about Sam Houston, the Alamo Avengers. So I try to find an angle not plowed and the Alamo is, but San jacinto isn't 9 months later he ends up taking him out as San jacinto beating Santa Anna in 17 minutes because Texans know it, but the rest of the world. So I go, what's next? The Mexican war, I didn't think had enough. My opinion, I'm sure there's a lot there with Lee in the quartermaster grant and the fact that these generals fought on the same side and then years later, they'd be trying to kill each other and a lot of them successfully. I said, all right, the Civil War. What could I do that's not plowed ground from Ken burns a series to the remarkable book, David blight wrote about Frederick Douglas Scott? I think the book of the year, 5 years ago. And then what about Lincoln? I literally you and I gave the same situation. We get books about linking to our desks all the time, and they're all great. I'm waiting for nobody who's written been written about more. It's like maybe three people like who've written about Napoleon Jesus, Lincoln. I mean, I don't know how many books have been written about Lincoln. So yeah, what do you do for a fresh angle on the Civil War? So what I wanted to do is also I didn't mind tackling race, but I wanted to do it through quotes, not opinion. And racist never left the news, Black Lives Matter is raging at the time. And then you have you have a situation where as late as Condoleezza and rice Condoleezza Rice on the view, having to defend herself growing up in a Jim Crow south who knew all about racism, but grew up as his conservatives says, don't ever let it be an excuse. So I said, what have I talk about their parallel lives to the degree in which they read a lot of the same books? Did they overcame incredible obstacles? Nothing like Frederick Douglass. I get it. The guy was enslaved until he was in his 20 years old, two tries, got out in the second time within 7 years has a biography. It's a bestseller, and then starts a world tour and becomes famous in Scotland, Ireland, Germany, and England. This guy was a slave ten years before, but decides to come back to America because his 4 million enslaved 350,000 slave owners and he sees potential in this guy Lincoln and the Republican Party that we're finally ready to do
"napoleon" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"The beginning they all Do believe in this extraordinary cult You know it's In miranda's case it's a light version because he was a completed yet really but a grand jury they lose it by by rarely still late and yet our start of a high points the polish and russian campaigns and the united states. Already things are beginning to to it. It's a different atmosphere. And they begin to grow up that count but it was very prevalent during the revolution. And i quote in my book on the in this extraordinary passage by Osaman style awareness to stop. Who writes this about at length about this idea of gras which is not not translatable. In by the modern sense of glory is a question of of self fulfillment it was. It was actually exactly the same as a sort of catholic teaching on achieving saint on an immortal in. And i'm being saved in in in the next life. You say they were he. He wasn't an ball. He was very much a man of his times Anti in his reading these people will brought brought up on muslim tron. The rationalism of town people but on the sentimental emotionalism of rousseau and online new level elouise on books like poli version which he read and reread endlessly and chuck it a bit of seeing as well as and and the sorrows of young verte united you could eight hundred major influence And awesome for god's sake rene he absolutely old often. He thought it was prompted them. Homa said so frequently These people thought they were so they will levitating particularly the beginning of their lives and of course he loved the french. The french the final. The final question i think to to round this off is i think what you're saying is certainly putting the podium. The myth of napoleon in in the context of him being amana human being who who picks noses but also reads very noble minded things. And so i think the final question to ask is whether these days it's possible to be. Is it a case of being for him or against him. I think you're trying to attempt to resist that straightjacket which i think sometimes afflicts. I didn't have the the whole way. That period is talked about. I just don't think one should be four or as storm shouldn't be for or against.
"napoleon" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"Also we frequently make the most idiotic mistakes we then try and cover all tracks by telling fibs and fundamentally most of our house if you were to take a co- a pretty ridiculous creatures. I mean if anybody awesome on his past you'll take a look at yourself and say you know you're a bit of a blundering idiot really if you take a really cold look at yourself a and p pretend to suspend this when they stopped talking about great historical fingers and in particular. Napoleon is a really good case in point where people either do of think. He was some kind of superhuman hero. Orioles they think he was the most dreadful yuga in a monster and so on a neither of which is remotely spotted by in historical evidence toll. He was just a bloke. I mean he was ordinary bloke hughes intelligent he was Clever rather than he's he was A not likeable because he was very funny chippy. He had many of the attributes of of of psychopaths in his lack of empathy his insecurities on so on and i felt very sorry for him along. You could see the poor edge. Actually you know off to till's it's the fairytale turns into the sorcerer's apprentice from the rise wa is of this rags-to-riches fellow everything starts going monstrously wrong. And becomes more and more ridiculous and people even his metternich is desperately trying to save him. He won't eat napoleon on this in and he wants a strong france. An opponent just won't go along with it because if his chip in his complex is His terrible fears that the french went. Love him enough on this. He produces a number resigning. Victory residents Renews the french just fed up with the whole thing just wanted peace and quiet and did quite like you think that was what drove his In a constant push for than the next battle that that it was a sense of political insecurity yes absolutely and he says so he keeps saying he hasn't been various occasions various people he says. You know you're you're hereditary. Kings can get beaten pulp and still come back that capitals and be greeted as heroes Whereas on just parvenu up star general and this produce or nobody will Take me seriously which was silly..
"napoleon" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"And impoverished. It has resolved yes. Metternich's the time was aghast. At what what. They're up to in terms if just lacking all the subtleties. let's save of noble statesmanship. Yes and the great tragedy in a way and napoleon's greatest mistake. It's the moment where where he really everything starts going. Wrong is at till's it. When after having bi-zonal tra- knocked prussia into a cocked hat completely undermined the prestige of the russian monarchy Which many felt should be abolished in put back into us into an electric And having dropped the russian on his rather than following tolerance advani's which was to turn australia into francis strategic ally. Half the two of them as it were controlling central. Europe either abolished Together all return it to to the size. It was at the beginning of the aging century before voted anyway and that way and my recreating some kind of kingdom of poland push. Russia aren't off central european affairs. In that way a chiro from germany and hunt he appeared to that bland that would have actually given him a really piece on the whole of france's eastern frontier instead of which seduced by the idea of grand lyons with russia and an alliance which he thought he could control and it was an lance which could give him absolutely nothing on they. He dreamed that it would help him. Bring britain to. It's knees and yes that was sort of where it went. I mean the the the seeds of eighteen twelve in the. Yes until sit so. This is a question to ask you then about about napoleon. following if britney a recent biography this incredibly entertaining podcast available online of of An andrew reports having a tremendous getting deng chaired by jeremy paxman which anyone hasn't heard is very very entertaining very funding in. Which in which you both. I might suggest adopt felli. I mean you make very theatrical. you're putting on a show. He's doing the case when napoleon great and and your the exact opposite i wondered that was written. I think that that was recorded before you had written your biography. Yes when she say the have slightly slightly more nuanced picture. But i want. I wondered whether your biography changed your view of napoleon in any way and non mount that means certainly it enlightened great deal yes it did it. Will it explain in that way. I just go back to that. Cost andrew rang me up one day and said new confront my- calm and intelligent scrape to do something but they do. They weren't jewish straight. They said they need to debate. Which i am. I said was as long as i can't stand. These debates. that intelligence crest holds. Were in the end. Everybody ends up agreeing with each other and get impolite size it as long as we can have a hell of a ding dong very rooting street charter. And then have dinner civilized in worthless. It is the point of bites nepad unappointed actually every single figuring history and this is what i find most historians. Some stage annoy me because people start treating historical figures as though they were somehow of a different category of humanity than the rest of us. And the fact is that you're ni- become news is we. But we've we make mistakes we make asses..
"napoleon" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"And the original first coalition was about cautioned the revolution but france. Very quickly responded by saying well hang on in any way we can defeat this is by encoding for the liberation of people's And that was the only philosophy revolutionary france plus of course the plunder they got making war pay for itself and yes a far cry from the federation of seventeen ninety two but in terms of exporting the revolution from ninety five onwards. It's almost as if that was the bit of the rhetoric that survived through into the into the napoleonic nineteenth century was yes and won't napoleon even as as As a general before he came to power began to seek clearly was that to begin with. He was very fixated on italy because he he. He had feminist mind the centuries of struggle between The empire the rempac the australian the house wall street and france which will say drain spain on on the australian side over north of italy because north of italy was rich and it was strategically important. And they'd been fighting over it for for two hundred years and napoleon in his first italian campaign where he was rarely just told to go and hold the front tonight as a distraction decided new. Italy is the place where we defeat australia and secure france's existence and he went on rights. Rachel eight to threaten vienna. The what he then quite clearly realized was that there was this great power vacuum in central europe because once the australians stop being powerful and with russia fishing muddy waters in central europe. And let's not forget that there are russian armies in the seventeen ninety s operating in in italy and so yes suvorov. Yeah quite a long way indeed happening lines of of of war and peace Tolstoy's warn me actually point decide. Somebody says oh you know. How's it going down in lookout wherever it is and this is something that began to try and construct a a sort of french version of the holy rempac rather than ostra dominating writes the former german lonzo ninety rempac through the confederation of the ryan. He thought will. This will be a french. Eminem pa and Which was a perfectly sensible solution and would have been quite beneficial to most of the german lands. I didn't mean for the fact that he completely subjected to french interests.
"napoleon" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"In fact it would undermine deposition elsewhere whereas prussia did an interested in gaining control of germany as did russia and without poland. There there was suddenly a struggle on this connects very neatly with want Really the bottom of the napoleonic wars and it's that connection which is so interesting actually it feels like the way you're describing it. It was rather game over by the time that napoleon became a prominent. But i suppose napoleon did his he i. I sort of feel like napoleon used the polls. There's a common thread between his approach to the polls and those of his approach to the egyptians when he arrived in carbon declared himself to be muscle man and That you know he was. He was entirely friendly with them. He was essentially using them for his short term political ends. Yes i mean. The problem with napoleon is that he was the most terrific tactician but he was no strategist and he did not have it any stage in his career a long term policy. He was always changing policy and taking advantage of situations that arose. How did how did polish people at the time. Managing in of cereal about relief ska And term and that side of things and we think about the The great i suppose he incense you carried on. He did he you know. Prussia had offered poland the hand friendship and and security guarantees in in seventeen ninety two and then didn't follow through in terms of the promises that he kept dangling in front of a polish nobles at the time. Yes i mean. He never actually made made any concrete promises. Unlike prussia which was actually banned by him and simply. I'm reneged on that. I'm not. I think the the problem with with with what lay at the bottom and depend on it was well first of all. The revolutionary wars was that Because they hit the many of the states of central europe to kiosk. Russia and prussia were terrified of the french revolution and felt it should be quashed They provoked an war. With revolutionary france.
"napoleon" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"Adam. Thank you very much for talking to me. i'm a great fan of your books to admit i really enjoyed. you'll become eighteen. Twelve although obviously very grim in places was the difference to rights of peace which was less florid bulls and then the magnificent diplomating going on around them. And of course you your new book. you'll biography of napoleon which attempts to present him as a human figure who who has been the subject of Extraordinary myths Since his death. And i think you've tried to cut through that and done so extraordinarily. Well so i have to admit sorry for such phoning introduction But amit big fan. I can't mind. But i wanted to start where you finish. I suppose really which is which is about poland and the centrality of poland to the whole of this period all the way through from the second partition at the start of the french revolutionary. Wars to what Could have ended up triggering further conflicts. It looked like at vienna if they hadn't sorted themselves out which they just about managed to do so of speaking. You're in poland now As as i speak to. But what's your sense of To start off with poland's place in the history of the french revolutionary and napoleonic wars Will i think is central. Been reticent about making this point because Well with my show origins i voice felt impolite to blow on saying trump is for to talk too much about it by roland. You know there's that jokes of three people of different nationalities off to write writing essay on the elephant in. The frenchman writes an essay. Almost sex life of the elephant. The german produces a treatise on every aspect physiological another of the elephant and the pope produces arm an essay on the elephant in the question is always very very aware about that but once bringing up something which is quite alien to most people use. It all started really with the first politician. Where frederick the second frederick great sets the turn right i forget to which of the philosophic he writes saying. Well i have taken some territory. But i went through it and it's obser- reporting. It's just sanfer trees and dreams and really. It's you know miss the white mountains button and then very soon turned into an actual policy particularly by the prussians Taken out by the else in in seventeen ninety four. The the prussians seized one of the most important things they seized. The british crown jewels native melted them down. A loss right and the whole idea was to obliterate the fact of having being a proper british state and indeed in in the in the text of the silent j of the secret treats you have the third partition. The three powers actually promised never to use the word ponant again in official cry on brazil. There was this a tendency which went right through the nineteenth century and on to smother anything about that. The testified to poland's past dory's if the had been any the russians reasons kept all the documents. They could find a well. Under wraps and still don't still deny access to documents of the western areas of russia the type being bits and russian particularly german and austrian historian throughout the nineteenth century endlessly belittled poland and said it was just social relevance and this carried on and it got it got under the skin of western scholarship..
"napoleon" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"Hello napoleonic quarterly listeners. This is stevenson particularly chirpy mood. This morning. As i bring you the final episode in this batch for the second series of the podcast and this final episode is with one of the really leading historians of the period. Adam zamoyisky really excited to bring this to you. It's been a while since we actually recorded it. I think it was one of the first. I did i just over a year ago. In the summer of were even spring of twenty twenty A very different time of course but it was great to talk to adam. We arranged to he was in the wilds of poland the waste of poland as he put it but we were able to Connect together over the internet and talk about His work and views on the periods of course in terms of his work. He's written an awful lot of books over his career on all sorts of things including the forgotten few on the polish of world war. Two and he's written about so nine hundred. Twenty s. well. He's written about musicians like chopin and Paderewski will say tended to a politician he's written about poland. You've got the last king of poland which is a fairly recommended for those who've been following poland in on a quarterly so far but he's also written the polish way and just a general history of poland called poland. An and then we come to the thematic books about the revolutionary period holy madness on romantics revolutionaries through really the century starting from seventeen seventy ish and of course phantom tara one of his more recent books about what's going on in the heads of these revolutionaries and then we come to his books about the seventeen ninety two to eighteen fifteen period. Which are the ones. I've read a more than more than perhaps the others rights if peace on congress vienna. That's brilliant all about the dancing and everything to do with that as well as the politics all mixed up together moscow. Eighteen twelve is a much more hiring. Read everything expect and want to read with a warm will jump. Were preferable to keep out the chills and most recently of course. he's he's published a biography of napoleon. He's written napoleon demand behind the myth which we do talk about in this episode. Roughly speaking the first half of this interview is on poland and then we get onto napoleon and the question of whether or not. He's someone to be pity door to be empathized with and i think That is such an interesting conversation. So i really really enjoyed this one so i hope you enjoyed the interview.
400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark
"Today we're talking about four hundred percent over four years of coaching with none other than clay clark. And let's just be honest klay because fire nation likes success but they love super success breakdown. What you think the first step to achieving super successes. Well i think the first thing we have to recognize is the the harsh reality that ninety. Six percent of businesses fail according to inc magazine. That's not my opinion. That's magazine will tell you if you look up other statistics you're gonna find eight hundred. Ten small businesses failed forbes. Eight at ten nine hundred ten businesses. Fail dear research tonight folks. Look that up but the first you have to recognize that most people are going to fail by default. So you have to become an intentional person so step one you have to define what success looks like. I mean what does success look like for your faith your family finances your fitness your friendship and your fun and napoleon hill once wrote that a goal is a dream with a deadline napoleon hill the bestselling author of thinking grow rich. You know the personal printers for andrew carnegie. He said that he's a goal is a dream with a deadline. So ask yourself right now. You know i. I have in removing to a forty acre property. Moving to a new building. Moving there i have to ask ourselves what does a successful man cave look like. What does it look like. I'm being serious. I'm telling the listeners out there. This is true a successful man cape books like this three quarters of my beautiful house. My wife has to approve. Of which means that. I will not like it. Because it's going to be boozy transitional and whatever that is but if she's happy i'm happy but then we go to the man cave. This is my family. My man cave has to feel like a dive bar. I have to have rustic. Beat up floors. I've got to have live edge. Would i gotta have a urinal. These are things. That i need jail. These things. i have to have a forty seven foot waterslide but did extends from my waterfall in my backyard. What kind of a successful entrepreneur could possibly do life without a urinal a urinal it's an incredible By the way without having his own forty seven foot waterslide. I'm i'm a forty year old man. I need a forty seven foot waterslide. So but if by default i just met with builders and said well do whatever you think i probably would not have a forty-seven i probably would not have a urinal in my bathroom. My wife would probably not have the existence that she wants. And i would probably not have enough land that i can buy all the yaks llamas and chickens that i want but i want you accent llamas and somebody else listening to says you're sick. You're crazy. well. I might be crazy. I might be a modern billy madison. But the point is ladies and gentlemen you have to define. What are your goals for your faith your family your finances your fitness your friendship your fun and you have to ask yourself. How much does that cost per year.
"napoleon" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
"I think this week. And i think you'll agree with me on I was grumpy. I was grumpy because my technical difficulties. I was grumpy because of the way i looked. I'm grumpy. Because evan slapped and grumpy i have been about allen. Haven't up and i. But i but i will let you pay for dinner this week because there's been so many we've just obviously instituted this and there've been so many weeks where definitely i was paying for dinner earlier this year but i would say this week. Yes you are paying for dinner dinner and you know what let's be. Let's be real here in the future chelsea orion. That's true and we don't know we don't know the rules. Change our listeners. If they do a bad job on the calls emails they get dinner dinner. But i'd say very much this week. Dinner is being paid for the listeners. They really brought it this week for us for sure so Have fun with whatever happens next big. I assume guest host So you know. Be mindful of that. When you're you know save the good calls for one. I'm back we'll try you know. Don't don't call in if you don't want me. Everyone calls in flooding desperado. Chill out a home. We have to end this now. This the slippery slope and don't nobody call okay. I gotta go scrounge up. Some change to paper dinner thanks everybody..
"napoleon" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
"Empress josephine. Oh empress josephine. Napoleon one of our our best. I really think that people are going to sort of call and be like it should have been jeff she obscene but okay really what would it should have been as jeff. She epsteins byland guard. Doing empress joseph. I just want you because of course we can go there. Josephine nipple okay okay. So you're saying okay you go you go. I think we're going. We're going to say i. I think you need to leave this alone. This is like a youth thing him thing if he's okay with it and he likes his body and he's confident and that's attractive to you. Why would you get in the way of that like because you know that like for like four men like there's pressure to be big guy like just is and this guy has so much confidence despite being like not like this like the the mail standard of beauty or whatever the fuck and that's so hot and it's hot to you and throwing a wrench in that as the person who is like committed to being with him isn't isn't nice like he can't be someone that he's not like sure he could put on a little muscle but like it's just not your business to ask him to do that like it's it's not kind and it's and it's about you and it's not about him it's about you being worried about people's perception of you and it actually has very little to do with him and his body and your attraction to him if you worried about people's judgment of you. Well here's the thing like i mean. She says she's attracted guys with muscles. That's not him and you cert- like there is no kind way to ask him to do that. 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"napoleon" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
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The Irony of New York: From Lax Voting Rules to Strict Vaccine Mandates
"I love new york i do. I'm not gonna pretend. I don't but i i know that they're going to do a lot of damage to their own shitty by telling people we're going to treat you like second-class citizens if you aren't presenting your papers. The irony of new york. I've told you the story midtown manhattan showing up to vote in the twenty sixteen presidential election. I'll remember this like it was yesterday for the rest of my life. Showed up at the polling place. Hold out my wallet. Started to give them my driver's license. They said oh. We don't need your driver's license. Just go in what's your name. What's your name. I felt like saying napoleon bonaparte going in go vote. They don't want your. Id and new york devote because they would have been disenfranchising. Me wait a minute. i'm white. Probably not only black scat disenfranchised right or the elderly. They can present a driver's license. They don't know how to do that. But you better know how to present your vaccination card if you're black in new york or you ain't getting in and you wanna know one of the lowest percentages in new york you want to know. What percentage of black new yorkers have gotten the vaccine. Are you ready for this. Thirty one percent vast majority of black new yorkers won't get the vaccine so maybe this will. I don't know nudge them under the right direction. Because if not you're going to stay home.
The Tower of Babel and Christian Nationalism With John Zmirak
"One of the episodes in the old testament. And it's very interesting to those of us. Who are we get cold things like your christian nationalists and of course you should take time to unpack bad. What is christian nationalist. What what isn't even me. Well if you actually look at what it's supposed to represent you realize. Oh it's the worldview of pretty much every us president before george h w bush and also that of donald trump. It is you you. You believe that christian mores should infuse the government that natural law should be the basis of positive law. That is what you could what you could know as good and evil based on reason that reaffirmed What's taught in divine revelation. But you're drawing it. At of reason. You know we hold these shoot to be self evident rational arguments based on human nature. That should be the basis of morality not tribal solidarity like black lives matter on new black or white lives matter or any other kind of tribalism and not class solidarity like marxism or socialism and not theocracy where you say divine revelation what it says in my sacred book must be imposed by no natural law which you know are reflecting on what mankind is and who we are what we are people that should be the basis of law but you don't wanna global dictatorship a global oligarchy like the united nations. Are you back to the tower of babel. I can see. I know. I can see you getting there but for second i was like wait a minute. Where's he going. But now i know joe so keep going keep going up. You don't want a global lists remote oligarchy like the un or the eu or napoleon's empire or the soviet union or the new world order. You don't want distant remote elite bureaucrats imposing their will on ordinary people. You want people to be elect governments in their own countries. You wanna have an independent hungary and independent poland an independent united states. That's the nationalism part. So nationalism sounds so scary what's the alternative marxist
Caller Says Manhattan DA Is Treating President Trump Like Napoleon Bonaparte
"I said, I love your show. I've always listened to it. And now what did you What do you think you called in to talk about how the D h treating a President Trump. What do you want to say about that? Well, I think they're treating them as if he's Napoleon Bonaparte trying to level France and destroy Europe on one side on the other side, like his Ganga's punk, and he wants to conquer the world and nothing could be further from the truth. You know, The funny thing is he He abided by the law. Despite the allegations against him, he abided by court decisions. He was enforcing immigration laws, which Biden won't do. He doesn't have a racist bone in his body. That's right. I said it despite the efforts by the media and others to paint him that way. And
Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners
"All right. We'll let's start out with the questions. This one is from different sarah. Who is on the hunt for sunscreen recommendations on my name is sarah. I'm runner from ohio. I have three young kids. And i have a question about sons I'm trying to be better about running wearing sunscreen. When i'm out running the no matter which one i try you're gonna stay on. I ended up with it burning. I i need some suggestions on better sunscreen on a very sweaty runner so i don't know if that if that is the problem or what that are. I need better about it when i'm out my friend. Thank you so much love. The podcast sued dimity. I thought of you and one of your best lines. Ever when i heard this question so come on. You gotta say where. Should runners apply sunscreen. Oh from the balls down the bottles down. That was one of our classic lines from. I can't remember which tour. Yes i've always down. Do not put it on your forehead. Do not put it on your forehead. I mean ideally wearing a hat or a son adviser something that will protect your forehead. And i think a to better idea because that part linemen that can also really get depending upon how how. How thin years how thin. Your hair is and where. It's party that that's been a place where people will get unexpectedly burnt. Yes so so. I think it has a good call But yes if you do that then. That's one thing the other thing is after you put it on your hands right. You can use your palm of your hand. You might want to wash them before you head out because often what you do is you rub your eyes right and that will get there so we often said like pull up the bottom of your shirt. He's the bottom of your running tanker. Whatever it happens to be used that to wipe your face instead of your hands or you could wear a cool little Wristband lake napoleon dynamite and use that guy in my strength class yesterday was wearing a head like bjorn borg. John mcenroe style headband. I'm like okay. Didn't know those back in but okay
Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection
"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat.
Napoleon Is Part of Us, Macron Tells France After Row Over Anniversary
"French president macron. Commemorated napoleon today on the two hundredth anniversary of his death. Emburey eleanor beardsley reports. Mccrone had to walk a tightrope. As napoleon's legacy divides france knipling benefits. Napoleon bonaparte is part of us. Said mccall paying tribute to the emperor's genius as a strategist legislator builder of modern france but macron also spoke of napoleon reinstating slavery in the caribbean and his wars that caused millions of deaths in europe. And beyon- mackall called the wreath laying at napoleon's massive marble tomb of ration-. Not a celebration. He also cautioned against judging figures of the past by today's ethical
Go to F**king Sleep
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Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era
"Let's start by setting up the hoof the two main characters that we see throughout the movie are gabrielle. Farrow and our montebourg who are both lieutenants in napoleon's army. Were they real people. Kind of the story of you're a ridley scott chose direct a screenplay drafted from ninety seven availa from the famous author joseph conrad but away the noble a was published as dual in britain. But it was kind of the point. Honorary night it stays and you can still find the first edition of in used. Bookstores and condo story was supposedly inspired by this real duels olga. He clearly to liberties facts and the story was about the duel between two officers of napoleonic army. The historical individuals of peer won't The town and francois leotard lavazza. Who became ill baer and finkel in the movie and both of them are very collar for the interesting individuals. Do point was born in chaban as in shock and in western france in seventeen sixty five like many of his generation. He first saw action I military action. During the french revolutionary. Wars in fact he fought that battle. Volney really important. Battled all of the then. He served in the rhineland and by seventeen ninety seven. He's already a general so he would have been all league thirty two years old and a general widely respected for his Martial abilities He supported napoleon in seventeen ninety nine when that general sees power to our and then he couponing pollyanna campaigns. All is distinguishing himself. I mean he. This guy was quite successful in quite capable. Man fought at morongo for that Allback where he he did. Do really remarkable defense with barely five thousand man. He was able to stop and australia. That was five times larger and then he earned accolades for he's exported. Ooh macron's rheinland in the sauna zone and with such a stellar record. He had much to expect from the future of maybe even marshal's baton right as new polian savings says every soldier right in. My army carries marshals. Donen in these anyone could carry. It probably will Dupont was one of them but it all changing in eighteen eight. Napoleon sent dupont you. Spain with motley crue of a of the provisional battalions new new recruits swiss troops. That wayne pressed into service. No one over. Dick league cited fighting and he's tasked was to secure the southern region of of spain and initial successes. He found himself surrounded by the largest army and in the remarkable decision affected. He's entire life. Dupont decided to surrender with some eighteen thousand men at violin in the news of this french. Defeat him in the worse than they surrender right but shock europe. Napoleon is range. Dupont is sent to court martial deprived of his rank and his title kashir and then sent to a military installation into to be imprisoned there for the rest of the only any wars
A Victorious Transformation in Holborn
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Top 10 Team Success Secrets Revealed
"So Julie, we are talking about team-building and we were we pick this back up last week and the essence of our philosophy on teams is were being a succinct about it as possible. We are absolute Advocates of building teams, but we're Advocates of building teams that are designed not profitable from the onset not hoping and praying that there's profit left over after the transactions are you know have fluid through exactly. So last week we talked about the things that our team eroding Team Dodge straying making teams fail and we didn't want to keep it all that negative. But some of those things are obvious some of them are underlying until you discover them. So we went over all ten points that are a destructive and now we're going to talk about successful teams what actually makes for a successful team. So I'm going to jump right in if that's absolutely okay. So number one maintaining the magic number of lists wage. All times so successful teams maintain the magic number of listings at all times and know how to replace listings as they sell in a predictable duplicatable way lead generation is proactive prospecting based and marketing enhanced a lot to that one point your team me up for the real estate treasure map. I am indeed. And so what this says guys when she talks about the magic number, it's simply a formula that we both know created basically years ago and lived for years and lived for years. Right when we sold real estate cuz it's love you guys know Julie and I were selling between 100 and 200 houses per year for about ten years old over a hundred houses our first year in business in the early twenties. And so the real estate magic number is simply the number of listings you needed all times do meet or exceed your financial, you know, your goals your expectations your obligations, your commitments, the real estate magic number is not complicated to figure out but it is critical that you understand the concept because it's going to save you from a lot of the pitfalls that frankly ruin agents businesses and their potential reality. We want to give you the real estate magic number. Yep. To give you the real estate treasure map the real estate treasure map the essence of the treasure map the essence of what the treasure map is, it's our fill in the blank business and personal life plan. Its you got a business plan but really truly is a life plan and when you complete this the output is going to be a lot of important numbers the most important of which is knowing the number of listings you need at all times to meet or exceed your financial goals and expectations. So what I want you to understand is that you're going to most likely fall behind your actual potential if you get too distracted from anything other than focusing on the magic number of listings you need at all times. So you should receive this and it is free. You can buy this on the on Amazon, but I want to just give you this book. Okay, it's called The Real Estate treasure map. Just text 20-21 855-685-1055 text 2021 to 85685 10:45. And when you do we're going to text you back a link to not just the treasure map, but also a lot of other great books, including your 12 monthly generation guide and thinking Rich for Real Estate, which is an iteration of Napoleon Hill's great book Think and Grow Rich. Yes only it is practical and tactical translating how you actually use what you read in Think and Grow Rich. So let's say this point just for a second because when I have or you have an agent who's considering joining a team one of the first questions I asked if they've identified a team that they might want to join is does that team actually get listings? Because if they have no listings or very few listings or they're not, you know, established as a really Kick-Ass listing team. You should keep looking absolutely because they're not going to have enough for you but that goes actual circles back around to the you know, free previous points. We made by why teams failed. Yes. The biggest reasons is cuz there are all predicated on buying leads right teams will fail and you'll always fail if your business is dependent on being passive and bring your business. Nothing more to say might drop in K, but I want you to think about this guy's it's a very interesting concept Julie and I teach you to be proactively lead-generating first and and then based off. Want to look at marketing, right? There's proactively generation. There's passively generation or there's proactive marketing and there's passive marketing. Julie and I are always going to tell you to be proactive marketers and Lead generators first. And then if you choose not to be passive, then you can choose to be passive after you've mastered the Art and Science of being a proactively generator. I know that just sounds like I'm playing with words but it really is critically important and here's the essence of why it's important in listen to them. And if you've been in real estate for any amount of time you're going to end you're going to say hallelujah when I'm done saying this ready many of you are being taught incorrectly really bad business techniques where you're supposed to basically by your business and buying businesses in the literal sense from like over paying a referral fees, but it's also from social networking from branding any of those types of passive activities that are absolutely need that guy's of every real estate, you know, evangelist nowadays. They're all going to tell you work on your brand. They're all going to tell you to buy leads or all going to tell you clever Facebook ads and Instagram videos and hell even Clubhouse write them off. Always looking for ways to generate leads passively but here's the ultimate fallacy in that. It's unpredictable. You cannot predict when you're going to get something from the passive be we know that they digital generated off essentially internet generated at or I'm sorry leads are the worst quality leads that you can possibly get oftentimes. No better than just going to an old-school phone book and ripping out like ten pages and having an calling those leads the leads you get from online lead-generation our garbage and you guys know that not that people I'm not saying that I'm talking about lead quality. So be very clear about that. If your goal is to generate a bunch of leads that might someday hopefully within typically it's eighteen months three to four percent will actually transact. There's no guarantee. They're going to transact with you again. Does anyone think about this or tell you the truth about all this? No, they do not why cuz they're trying to sell Young Generation. But the biggest reason why we want you to be proactively generators is because this great analogy that actually are heard which I wish I would have thought of cuz it explains it so succinctly you're going to build a mansion. Yep. Engine is going to be your future. The manager is going to be represent the future of your family maybe but it's a literal Mansion right? It's your financial future. It's your potential reality going forward.
"napoleon" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Really never materialized, and they march right past it. Okay I. Mean I know that they're winning and all and that they do, but it still feels like the fucking Russians cheating. Right? Quitting at risk by like pondering over your next move until I have to go home. This this actually to me. This feels like beating yourself up I to save your bully. Does Take the Polian five days to get to the gates, a Moscow, and he finds it burning and abandoned, and he of course is disappointed, thinking either job. Voice thinking, he's either gonNA crush rush the remaining forces there or at least receive an unconditional surrender, and he doesn't get either what is also customary, is that the city leaders who basically feed and house the invading troops in exchange for sparing the city? Well, no one's there with a hot plate orders in the warm tower points this man. This is the mood there's nobody to plunder from. I didn't even want to plunder now this is. So, there's a fire in Moscow that night. It could actually be its own citation needed, and it's not certain how it starts. It rages for a few days until the entire city is pretty much ash. The capital Russia at the time. Saint Petersburg and even though the city is called the second capital, it's basically worth about tree fifty, so Napoleon did not receive a lengthy surrender agreement from the czar instead. He looked around at zero assets snow and he couldn't push forward anymore and he left for home. It's not that easy just picking up and living Russia it's coming up on winner. The troops at this point are starving. The road is totally burnt. And if you think the Russians were just going to let them walk away, think again they basically harass Harry the army, the entire March, the horses have nothing to eat, and they're either left to die or eaten for food, and this means all the cavalry men just got. Got To motor infantry and all those heavy cannons are just left behind Napoleon came to Russia with half a million men, and he left with legend. Has It twenty two thousand man? Wow, now now there there may have been as many as one hundred thousand prisoners of war, so it isn't as bad as it sounds, but it's still pretty fucking. Do I'm sure the PUCK? In Russian war preserves made it out just fine. That's fair. Somehow in this thing, the real winners were like the guys who poop themselves to death in the first six hours. Fuck it. They knew how get it done. Yeah! Man God, Damn Napoleon's forces one really. Whole ends armies never the same after that I mean he had to rebuild the whole thing, and he did a pretty good job getting it back to four hundred thousand men. But a lot of his veterans were gone, and he had lost a tremendous amount of horses and cannon. Russia was pretty obvious that he could be beaten and then the next few years he would be beaten a few times until finally loses it all and gets to that I. Island I think the story is such a great tale of overconfidence, incompetence and French failure. It's just a shame Eli missed it. You know it's all it's all. Getting yourself to death. Interesting Horses Yeah Yeah. All right so if you had to summarize what you learned in one sentence, what would it be as Polian era soldier, sticking your entire arm up a horses. Ass is probably the best thing that happened on trips. Warm warm in here, guys! Elephants excess. Also. Worse! Goals. We gotta make a chain. It's actually a lot. Tug of the role three times. Okay we got. This isn't working. It's like shooting pool with a rope got. To. Ourselves All right in. Are you ready for the Quiz so God nothing I'm asleep. Seasonal which of the following is the best asp porn about the French army? He's out. Here. This is my favorite part of everything. Thank you so much for. All right, which is the best born a? Black booty. He always a good choice actually I'm Russia with glove. The Derby Sanchez. To phillies one copy. or Deep, dish impact. I gotta go with a secret answer APP. All of the above. They're all amazing. There's no best you cannot rank one better than the other. That is absolutely correct. Yeah, so good so good all right see so. Napoleon probably should have known that. Russia would never gill to a foreign power. What clues to Russian fortitude might have tipped. Russians drink vodka like hikers sipping camelback. A meteor blew up the sky. In Russia. Many of the locals stood up to fight it. See. Common Street scam in Russia to purposely throw yourself in front of a car, and then either sue or fight the driver that is after I fighting the. ZANGARI's got his start in St. Russian sports all seem to involve enormously STOIC men taking massive amounts of punishment in extreme competitions to see who drops I. 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Go with the grossest answer. D. Have A kid. That's the most disgusting. Because that's what he did all right well, it was. Nobody was able to stop you this week. So see so you on the episode. You can choose to host next week. That is a perfectly sensible dynamic ties each episode together wonderfully. Downstairs to be next week to listen to this next week. It's totally ruined I. Don't I can't listen. I'm going to choose Tom to go next at. You're perfectly sane, system. PROCEDURE HE TOM and to a lesser extent ally is. Taking. Today, we'll be back next week by then. Tom We'll be an expert something else between now and then you can hear more from Thomson. Sean cognitive dissonance and the sexiest crab species it. You can hear more from than me on the scaling atheist got off his the skeptical at DVD, minus and probably some other fucking show.
"napoleon" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Had to figure that out for the first time. Somebody was like. Oh, the horses are having digestion problems. I'M GONNA. Try some. Plan I've tried to eight animals. It hasn't worked yet, but Dan. It's good. You know what I'm buying. March behind party horse. Now that I think. I think. In your head up to your solution, we were still infringe. That's your solution a lot. Big Arm Steve. Barkley sees that Napoleon is heading in a different direction. The pulling Napoleon is heading to a town, called Smolensk so Barkley heads there first and sets up some fortifications. The orders from above are basically begging Barklay to engage, so he digs in any weights, but when Napoleon does show up Barclay fights for a bit. Artillery barrage kills about five thousand charging Frenchman, and then issues a controlled retreat. He abandoned the city, which the French had already burned to the ground with an artillery barrage, and he crossed the river, destroying the bridges to the French couldn't easily follow the losses for this battle range, but authors put them as high as twenty thousand for each side. Damn and he's just like man I can't wait to defeat those Russians and all these burnt out. Of starving, villagers will become French burnt out hus- starving. Villagers we will know the sweet taste. We wait I don't know. Now Oh. We trade mud with Britain trade. Back to square one. Napoleon stops in Smolensk. He holds a meeting with his generals to talk about the plan. Almost all of them WANNA wait there. The battle took place in mid August, so they figured that they would wait for the supplies to catch up to them. Resupply restock dig in for the long Russian winner and resume the invasion in the Spring Napoleon decides instead that he wants to pursue the Russians and abandoned. Smolensk heading for Moscow the generals. They're like I don't want to take a gap year. Right I want to be red-shirted. Maybe a backpack around. Brecker, What could go wrong with a major leader doesn't listen to his general. It's actually one one general. I didn't put this in but one general one, Polish general was wanted to finish, so he could become like some kind of barren or king of some area, and so he was really pushing Napoleon and I guess he had his ear, and he twisted enough and I. Think the point. Yeah. It was one Polish guy really who sort of twisted it all up. Now until this point, there's lots of little battles that took place and I've skipped over them I. Mean I call him little battles? But these skirmishes were one side loses under ten thousand men, six, thousand, here, three thousand there, but at Borodino the army's would clash in their full might well dude. I have heard such a cavalier dismissal of thousands of deaths in. Jesus camp announced Georgia's timeline of reopening. Since Georgia's bowling schedule got released. Exactly. To be tirelessly fair Noah like Russia. Losing ten thousand lives is like it's not even noteworthy. It's like if this is like a WHO cares less about Russian lives, contests between the Russians and. Anyone, ever in all of history, Russia's win and. Many of those contracts. That's solution. Now I, said earlier, the full might the armies, and I say for my at Borodino Napoleon and already lost two hundred twenty thousand troops to hunger disease in conflict, so his phone force at this point is much smaller than when he entered Russia. Also before the battle, the czar replace. Barklay with another General Mikhail could've could've basically does the same thing Barkley does fortifies position waits for Napoleon to March. At the Battle Board Dino. There's a lot of back and forth. I could go into the tax, but there's there's placing of troops encountering charging and dying you are. A little bit, not much I was GONNA. Talk about how they use this one line of tree anyway so the. I don't want to get into England. TWIT! Okay, it was macbeth. Burns! Exactly Ninety used as a dream us to to make sure that they could anyway so the initial setup by the Russians tried to learn Polian to have him perform a tactic of the lie to employ, and thus fall into a trap Napoleon avoids it Napoleon, and could also guest wrong about where the other place their troops, cavalry and artillery. Like, okay, you guys are nowhere near the Big Red X. Most standing there and to safes fall right, DEX. At the end of the day there were seventy thousand, and this is one day seventy thousand casualties for both sides was the bloodiest day in the Napoleonic wars, and you know the funny thing about seventy thousand casualties in a single day is. The kind of sentence opening. It's my job to finish this journey. I'm going to say. This job started with the holiday more I just want. Now, the Russians lost more troops, but since they were on Russian soil, it would take a lot more casualties for them to like technically lose, they could replenish a lot easier than the French okay, but to be clear. It's not replenished their supplies. Just you know. Replenish their Russian the. Working. At one point in this battle, historians think Napoleon could have won if he deployed his reserve troops, but he didn't thinking he could win the battle without them. Kutuzov, realizing that he's just. GonNa lose more troops does what Barklay dead, and he calls her retreat to Moscow promising his troops and his staff that they can collect more soldiers and guard. Moscow, Okay Reserve troops are just like standing there. Being like well, we're not called in. They were like his his like real. His personal guard reserve. Jurors. Jamil races. That's. I know there is personal guarded I. Think he just didn't? He didn't send them because he thought he had the battle in hand, and he didn't, and he probably could have won. Because of. At least that's what. I'm on my fifteen still. They, were they were. They were protecting him I guess. Anyway the Russians were treat, but they leave a rearguard so fierce that the French can't actually advance to follow the fleeing army for two full days, the Russians that were left there were basically sacrificed, but they prevented the entire army from being overrun, Moscow, at this point, pretty much abandoned the city, and the Russian plans for defending it.
"napoleon" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Men Are. The best sell. Just France has to offer I. got eat there frogs if we have to go without butter will lead a bag even if they are A. Day Old and starting to get. The to. Currency. We re not afraid of a little hardship, even playing. Yeah, right, you might want to. Pack an extra lunch on? Scoff at you at me. I scoff it. US. FOR NEVER SURRENDER! Launch Shantonu motto. But. Nothing. And we're back. We last left off. The Earth had literally opened up to swallow the bottom half of Napoleon's army. and. Backing up some more. You pick up the threat from. Pretty. quickly, band story no. The Russian general new outnumbered, and he also knew that he didn't have the quick artillery or the modern weapons of the grand army, so he did not rush up to face off against them. Instead he retreated to villainous with an eye to continue retreat to another town called Drissa. The entire way they employed scorched earth techniques, burning down structures and chasing away livestock. They basically took away Napoleon's ability to thrive off the land in the fridge. Show up to burn our cities revealed. Surprise. Guy. Sh-. Ruin our country to save it. Would you look at all this? This looks like a swamp. Did we move to Lithuania? Should we just let him have? Napoleon thought he'd catch the army of villainous, and he'd have one quick decisive battle, and if he beat the Russians bad enough, and they would sue for peace, allowing to get the spoils of war and finish the campaign quickly his march there through the countryside Lithuania was not pleasant. Still True. Today your. The country bucket list. The country was inhospitable marshy and sparsely populated tracks. Yeah, on your bucket list, so look at so when his troops arrived in villainous, they were tired, hungry and road worry guys. What do they even trading with Britain like cold mud? Dan. Talking about. Napoleon arrives in villainous on June twenty eighth, and it's deserted, so he sets up a depot for supplies, but while the major Russians departs to Drissa another contingent heads in the other direction, this smaller force behind and basically disrupts Napoleon supply lines using his own tactic against him when Napoleon would at time send forces after each of these armies. And when he dedicated trips to them, they would attack in Harry in the other direction, right? It's like monkey in the middle, but with death. It's very low stakes monkey in the middle. Dude. Fuck I did. So, while Barklay was effective, depriving Napoleon of any supplies, and encouraging him to exhaust and his troops, he was not popular as you can imagine the brave Sir Robin tactics employing. We're not going over well with the Russian nobility. All of whom thought he was doing an absolute shit job in. Even though they were outnumbered, they should fight like men had on Barclay Barclay after this is all over. We'll be known as a hero by a lot of Russians, but when it's happening, everyone was begging the czar to replace him. Okay, what's happening that care so much like French people making fun of the Russians on, twitter. Other playing field other getting phone chat. Barclay's forces retreat to dress up by July tenth. He leaves a rearguard dangling hate that so. Toilet paper a okay, all right getting into photo that stopped. Trying to get Napoleon to take the bait and follow him. He thinks stress is a good place to make a stand put Napoleon's not stupid and I can see that Barclays trying to set the hook, so he ignores Barclay and he heads towards Moscow now this whole time his troops are starving. People are literally keeling over on the side of the trail from a forced march. Okay, we need you to March until you're half dead, but remember you're GonNa have to March back when we're. A. The crazy thing is that Napoleon focused on victory that he ignores the fact that is supply chain is literally doing its job. They're placing within a few miles of the route tons of food for his troops, but he ignores it, or it doesn't occur to him, or he's so focused on moving forward. He doesn't want want to slow up. Whatever the reason he neglects the food and his troops die because of it. How like crime on this giant Palette of canned food? So you could see the enemy. Bush then. Now Wallace troops are dying from starvation. There is enough grazing land for the horses, but the horses are actually eating types of grass. They're not accustomed to eating, so they're getting digestion issues and. Digestion issues for a horse or a little complicated. But they have like this real easy fix you see you. Stick your whole arm up to the shoulder in the horse's ass. Out The blind. Yacht. Up to the shoulder, horse's ass, pull out the blocks. The length of your arm again, I! Guess, it's just you know. What if you have a short arm? What do you do? Get a guy with a longer arm over here? Your horse is going to be matched to the length of your legs. This makes sense guys. So one time I fuck it, t rex arms would come in. Guy He. Region. Reach something for? something. Embarrassing, that I can't get the bulls down from the top shelf. At least you have to stick my arm up this horse. So I'm not sure how tight fit it is, but but after a few times it's probably pretty apple Lusa off right in. APPALOOSAS Kinda horse audience. Biscuit. Your? Your hands are so colt. Here's the thing. Somebody.
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"That egg on our face again. Again. And again. Russia at this point. Has a peace treaty with France, but they're struggling financially. The system of trade that Napoleon institutes basically forbids countries to trade with Britain. Russia disregards this order in trades with them, and there are some other territory disputes, but the real reason for the invasion is for one big tough guy to show the other big tough guy who's. So on. twenty-fourth, Eighteen, twelve, two hundred and eight years ago. Today Napoleon starts his invasion. Okay, all right. Does anyone else just think we should have to say history out loud a few times a year? As we all. Get getting. Square to recite it. Start to finish every year yeah. All wrap voting. A. Now, there's lots of different numbers for the size of the French forces. It varies between half a million to six hundred, thousand of seen even seven, hundred and fifty thousand. A this grand army is it's called. It was stocked up to last about thirty days with provisions, and as I mentioned before. That's really not much of a problem. When Napoleon conducted this kind of military activity in central Europe is, horses could live off the land. He's in for just a slight surprise in Russia though. You don't when we think of Russian president picture a fat Guy No. Such a dumb move going to Russia right away like that. Everybody knows you start with Australia there. There's another. And then you move over to Africa South America. Risk. The bridge. Army, the size is also an ecological disaster. I mean you have a military force of the population? This is a modern day Atlanta marching across the land. The lack of clean water pretty much immediately creates a dysentery epidemic. In fact, it wasn't the only illness that would wreak havoc on the French forces. They had to contend with typhus, influenza and Diptheria Oh and the elements and the lack of supplies, but we'll get there. Yeah, no to be clear. The guys who like died from Diptheria right up front the lucky ones. and. See so when I read your essay the first time I thought you, said elephants, instead of elements and I got like. Rose. Do Hannibal next week for you. I was I was pretty jazzed. Only time we've read an elephant. We killed it on this show. Right I don't think. We murdered at send. You know what that's what they did. To to have elephants anymore that guy from Brooklyn Brooklyn. Can't talk about it even though it's right in the room. And The rose army. The Russian armies led by Michael Andreas Barclay to totally now in the things I've read. They've shortened his name down to Barklay. So that's home and refer to him. He's in charge of one hundred, thousand, one, hundred thirty thousand Russian soldiers, so he's outnumbered about four to five to one and it at at a certain point, he's replaced by the czar, but really he's the reason that Napoleon fails that overconfidence and under planning and the fact Napoleon is French, but. One of the reason because he knew how to minimize disadvantages and maximizes advantages and the biggest advantage had was that. Russia is not terribly hospitable. Well I right, but like French rudeness didn't slow down the Nazis. Not Terribly hospitable. That is the nicest way to say shit whole country. I think. So the grand army. Starts this expedition in summer, so they're packed for hot weather, but they weren't prepared for how ungodly hot it was going to get. The heat on the trail was oppressive. They never give an exact temperature, but they use words like stifling an intense. The troops also weren't ready for the temperature swing between night and day the temperature drop like a rock when the sun went down in the army wasn't prepared for that the also not happy. Again. You know when that Sun goes down. Just a Russian. The temperature swings I guess were really dramatic. Like yeah, yeah, so it's really it's a dramatic swing. They also weren't expecting the thunderstorms that soaked the road and turned in a muck. Because a half, a million people walked over, so it might at this point actually saved us some trouble. If you just narrowed this down to what they were expecting owner. Who's just like what if it rains shut up? What Shoe Shara Pierre I saw? The thing was seven sunny. Smiley faces on. The. What do I wear? APP and it doesn't say anyth- coming like a long sleeved T. Forecast not even accurate. Now I'm going to bring one. I don't WANNA pack two Layers? Layers? Room for a second pair of shoes anyway, so here's a quote from historian Richard Ryan. Quote the thunderstorms of the twenty fourth turned into other downpours, turning the tracks some dire claim, there were no roads in Lithuania into bottomless Myers wagons sunk up to their hubs. Horses drop from exhaustion. Men lost their boots as soon as it was autumn. All the wagons became obstacles that forced men around them and stop supply wagons and artillery columns, then came the sun, which would bake deep ruts into canyons of concrete, were horses would break their legs and wagons, their wheels and quote go. You're making wars sound like a huge bummer. Alright well I guess while we pause for a moment of remembrance for all the lost boots that somehow made it into the. Little Apropos of nothing. His Eye Napoleon, Bonaparte. Emperor false and soon to be conqueror of A. Company telling them. Lucid Goose Yeah. Yeah yeah about that. Who Are you? I'm you I'm Napoleon like you, but without the accent from the. Is Ozzy future okay. Tell me. ME. What gloves await me after my. Inevitable and swift defeat of. You're right, so that's why I'm here. You Might WanNA rethink. A few things. Really like what okay so you know, we're French and we basically invented food. We like took over Spain, and the topics were just terrific. We mixing it up. To take cluster little. Z. Ham in Spain is worth it just for them. Yeah, yeah, so have you. Have you ever said these words? Hey, there's a great new Russian place that just opened up. No no I have not. Not Necessarily Jira. Well! You're saying you're. You're planning to feed your army on Russian land scraps. You might want to look at.
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"Hello and welcome to citation needed the podcast where we a subject read a single article about it on Wikipedia and pretend we're experts, because this is the Internet, and that's how it works now I'm no illusions and I'm going to be leading this expedition this week, but I'll need somebody to carry me once the frostbite sets in, so I'm excited to welcome the three men that I would most like to. Climb into like at Taunton in that order seat so. I'm like third row seating Tonton. Just. Holding. That's a couple years. I'M NOT GONNA. Make any jokes about stuffing my Gash because I'm too classy are waves. Good to know that you're too classy for. Quick before we get any further, I want to remind you that allies not here this week because he's at home taking care of his brand new adorable, little baby, who sued future of is almost entirely dependent on the continued viability of podcasting for a living during the Great Depression level economic downturn. Pay For this show if you want to. He's like. Of the shell that out of the way, tell us heath, what person place thing concept phenomenon or abet? We'll be talking about today. We're GONNA. Be Talking about Napoleon's invasion of Russia. And seasonal. You seem pretty confident. You can take a topic this big. Are you ready to set off underprepared overconfident? It's how we roll on citation needed. Are we also invading Russia, I have my kids this weekend time to invade Russia. Time for an impromptu livestream, little owner. WHO's got impromptu? Alright so I guess depending on what angle you want to take with the intro. Who Was Napoleon. What is an invasion of where is? A. The police and the police apart was the emperor of France and the only French emperor to get exiled the two different islands. There! They were only three and one of rain for fifteen days. Okay, that's okay, so I could I could certainly go on about how interesting this guy was, and the changes that he brought about I mean the Napoleonic code is the foundation of the French legal system, but this is citation needed, and and one the Polian advocating his throne and getting exile pretty much on brand. The reason why all that took place is the real juicy morsel. This story is about how the most feared military leader of the time basically got rope adoped by a smaller army. Me Let. It's Shitty. Terrain and climate do the heavy lifting of kicking Napoleon's ass. It's about how you can really use someone strengths against them. Actually Steven Seagal worked with the Russian army while he was. Yeah. Huge like this would remain Russia's most lopsided victory until November of two thousand sixteen. And now too soon too soon. Oh! I love the idea Stevenson Confirm Napoleon's army just runs. It runs at Russia with their arm, sticking straight up. There is flipping wildly in every direction, so let's set the stage. Napoleon is doing pretty well as far as emperor does. He's kicked the shit out of Prussia and Austria, and he made a deal with the Spanish to secretly let him move troops through Spain to invade Portugal the Portuguese royalty had to flee to Rio de Janeiro to escape him then since he already. Already had a bunch of troops in Spain, decided to overthrow that country as well in eighteen, hundred Napoleon appointed his brother, Joseph Bonaparte as King of Spain, and that didn't sit too well with the Spanish, so they revolted qual. Yeah, but like no one of the Spanish, it's entirely possible. They had already scheduled that revolt before to pull. It took over as you. Say, Anyway! To be entirely fair season to overthrow Spain you just have to wait until like. Two thirty in the afternoon. You can tell the napping. That's the best added. A national. I love that we make fun of it, but it's a seriously the greatest. Make Fun because I'm jealous. Shell? built-in it's fucking great. So I, WanNa take a second here to talk about the tactics that Napoleon us on the battlefield, and in organizing his army and Planning Battles Napoleon had an amazingly large army. He called it. The Grand Army and Grand French means fucking big. I'm a linguist like Steven, seagal the first. Thing! He did is to make smaller cores large army. These units could fight and command on their own, because they had regiments from each combat arm, the cores had artillery infantry and cavalry, and could act like a smaller army, allowing it to move faster and with autonomy. Okay, so it sounds a lot like a subway franchise with like a less deplorable spokes. By the way every time you wrote. Grind are may I saw our Miana `grande. This led to two other things that the Napoleonic armies did the first is that they lived off the land instead of trying to maintain supply lines. Most armies, especially army's this is required pretty formidable supply lines to keep the troops fed well. Napoleon would live off the land as much as he could. Thereby eliminating the lifelines how there that was often highly vulnerable this tactic as well as breaking his army up into smaller pieces, a lot of another advantage, his army was more mobile and quicker than other armies, this a lot in the maneuver, and take advantage in this quick speed, allowed him to move past armies, and take their supply lines, putting them in a rock and hard place situation. It must have been awkward. The first time both armies figure this out to. Switch sides all of a sudden without realizing. Hey, you guys don't have a supply linebacker. Again me. Regular fight marching in circles for a while like dogs sniffing each other out. I'm like nearby I'm looking. Nepali was also a genius with mathematics and artillery hugh smaller, more mobile field guns instead of large cannons during battle this again made us force more mobile and Agile. He used his artillery for a cluster effect. He would point a lot of guns at one area, decimating it instead of pointing his cannon at the whole field in spreading it out this helped with flanking and splitting his enemy apart, which were his preferred form of battlefield tactics. Okay, that's good. I feel like they're stretching the term math genius. Z. Cannons in the Middle Imogene. Getting, it's like. Okay weapons messes low unwieldy and credibly inaccurate. We should probably not read them like enormous sniper. Until. Let's get back to the Spanish in our story about the French invasion of okay. Okay I never do that to you by the way. Always I was crossed. Sit Cross legged at your feet. On. Napoleon goes in takes over the country pretty much without bloodshed, and then seeing it's enhanced. He leaves well when they revolted, they started a guerrilla war, and that's is not playing the tactics. That I described before Napoleon's used to kick in the shit out huge armies, not having his troops get their throats slit in the night, so Spanish started winning battles against his armies, and he wasn't there. He eventually had enough gathered a quarter million troops in March through Spain and took it back over, but the damage to his reputation was done countries in his forced alliance thought that he looked vulnerable. Paintings he was. What a massive occupying force completely demoralized by a rag tag group of personally invested local militants. I'm glad we study.
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"That behind. There's a scene of utter devastation spec. Couplet people being inside since the five and describing how the interior is all but destroyed, but the pews still standing interestingly in some of the statue still standing we understand that the fire started the attic, at least the course of investigation, the flames spreading very quickly who the building's wooden infrastructure, very famous roof. Full of was it was called the forest because so much words was used to build it Connex spy in the. Middle of the judge fell late in the day crashing through the roof in causing so much more damage, but French president Emmanuel Macron says he's hopeful the cathedral can have a future. Once they assess this damage next foster reporting it eight minutes after the hour the art world, history lovers and Parisians. Our understanding understanding lead devastated by the partial loss of Notre Dame cathedral, severely damaged. We're told but not total loss. Jim Rupe has more on one of the most beloved buildings by Christians, worldwide and non Christians alike, construction of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris began any Levin Sixty-three. It took nearly two years to complete finished thirteen forty five. To the bench culture to people. Again Rupe is my daughter. She lives in works in Paris has now for just over five years and lives nearby the conic cathedral. Much more than cats symbol guitar finnick symbol, and it's a symbol of how many wars into liberation fan on Elman important events happened in fronts and near in the early eighteen hundreds it was almost lost ransacked and looted by revolutionary so well and up a storage for food and wine during the revolution. But Napoleon Bonaparte is credited with saving it making it the place he would be crowned as emperor it was prepared for Palm Sunday mass in eighteen of to the damage by the revolutionaries covered draped by cloths Napoleon, attended.